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  • Native Village of Eyak hosts 24th annual Sobriety Celebration

    NVE Tribal Council Chairman/President Darrel Olsen said sobriety is an important issue far beyond the local community. “When a person decides to change their life and their habits, we need to encourage them in their decision,” Olsen said. “The sobriety can be (from) drugs or alcohol. We have the sobriety weekend, but we also need to […]

  • Thanksgiving & Talking to Your Kids About Alcohol

    For many parents, Thanksgiving is spent passing on family traditions, enjoying feasts, and teaching kids about important values like thankfulness, gratitude, and family. It’s also an opportunity to discuss alcohol and safe drinking behavior. Read more here.

  • 5 Myths We Need to Stop Believing About Alcohol Blackouts

    I was 18 when I had my first alcohol-related blackout. I woke up in my bed in my tiny dorm room, looked at my roommate, and said, “What happened last night?” On subsequent, similar mornings, questions included “Who are you?”, “Where am I?” and “How did I get here?” I never found out the answers, […]

  • Success in sobriety: Soldier overcomes battle with alcohol

    “A lot of people are ashamed of it; I was ashamed of it,” he said. “It was the only way that I knew how to numb my mind.” After U.S. Army Private 1st Class Alex Hogan’s mother passed away, he found solace in the same addiction as his mother—alcohol. Not wanting to follow her same […]



  • Alcohol at UAA: What Should We Do About Excessive Drinking at UAA?
    Join UAA’s Ethics in Public Deliberation class on Thursday, November 30, 2017 for a hosted conversation about excessive drinking on UAA’s campus. The event will be held 2:30-4:30 on UAA’s campus in Library Room 307. Refreshments and snacks will be provided. View the flyer for the event here.

    Time: 2:30-4:30PM
  • Community in Unity: Youth Perspectives
    What’s it like to be a young person today? What challenges do they face? What are their visions for the future? Join us for an open conversation led by and featuring Alaska youth, and hear their perspectives on building strong, trusting, and supportive communities. The hour-long conversation begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, December 6 at the Alaska Experience Theater, 333 W 4th Avenue, #207 (corner of 4th Avenue and C Street). The event is a collaboration between Alaska Public Media, Out North Contemporary Art House, and Anchorage Downtown Partnership. The program will be recorded for radio broadcast on 91.1 FM KSKA and 106.1 KONR at a later date.

    Time: 6:30PM-9:00PM
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